y = -2.5 is a equation. And solution to the equation is finding the value of the variable. If we see the equation y is already equal to -2.5 which is the solution to the equation.
The y-intercept of a linear equation is the point where the graph of the line represented by that equation crosses the y-axis.
No. [ y = 4x2 ] is a quadratic equation.
The equation y x - x a is an algebraic equation that many learn in school, which involves numbers as well as letters. The equation y x - x a would be x (y-1).
The equation is y + 2 = 12.
y-x5 is an expression. An expression is not equivalent to any equation.
The equation is y = 5x + 9
This question cannot be answered without the whole equation: If the equation is y = 2x, then y = 6 for x = 3. If the equation is y = x + 2, then y = 5 for x = 3. If the equation is y = 99/x, then y = 33 for x = 3. If you can provide the complete equation, your question could be answered more precisely.
According to the equation [ y = 2x ], 'y' is directly proportional to 'x' .
If you solve such an equation for "y", you get an equation in the slope-intercept form.
the Bratu's equation is a differential equation which is non-linear (such as, if we have some solutions for it, a linear combinaison of these solutions will not be everytime a solution). It's given by the equation y''+a*e^y=0 or d²y/dy² =-ae^y.
That makes no sense, there is no y in the equation so y cannot equal anything.